Florencia and Santiago, a young couple, have come from a wedding celebration. They decided to go watch the sunrise by the river. It is clear they are in love. The duo has been living together for three years. Florence is a lawyer, working for her father's law firm. Santiago is a professor of history. As they watch the beautiful spectacle in front of then, Flor suggest they get married, something that comes unexpectedly, which is the start of a lover's quarrel. Santiago decides it is time to go home, Florencia thinks otherwise. He gets mad, and leaves without her.
What follows is an account how Florencia and Santiago deal with the situation. It is clear they love one another, but in their heated argument before, each partner must take a break to work out their differences. Both Florencia and Santiago go to see their friends, but it becomes apparent everyone do not want them to separate. Only Florencia's father is not too keen in his daughter's relationship; he much rather prefer to see her with Gonzalo, a successful young lawyer, like Florencia.
Directed by Diego Corsini, who co-wrote the scenario with Sebastian Botticelli, this film takes a refreshing look at a young couple going through a rough moment in their relationship. Neither one wants to see the other one's viewpoint as to what path to take in order to save their love. Each one has ideas as to what is important, but neither one is willing to make concessions, until they both realize how strong is their determination of staying together.
Felipe Colombo and Sabrina Garciarena are attractive young actors showing a fresh approach as the lovers at the center of this tale. Mr. Corsini uses closeups to illustrate the story, a technique that pays off in surprising ways as an intimacy between the viewer and performers comes out strongly, resulting in an enjoyable moment.
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